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Top Awards from Public Sponsors, April 2020

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Posted May 29, 2020 by Tiffany Lee

The following list of awards from public entities includes all arts and humanities grants of $10,000 or more and all other grants of $200,000 or more between March 16 and April 15, 2020, as reported through NUgrant, the electronic research administration system for the university. 


Dean’s Office for Agricultural Research Division
A. Clutter
$250,000
U.S. Department of Agriculture – Agricultural Research Service
Developing a Systems Biology Approach to Enhance Efficiency and Sustainability of Beef and Lamb Production

Department of Agronomy and Horticulture
G. Graef, D. Hyten Jr.
$267,966
Ohio State University
Increasing Soybean Genetic Gain for Yield by Developing Tools, Know-How and Community among Public Breeders in the North Central U.S.

Department of Animal Science
D. Yates, J. Petersen, T. Schmidt
$500,000
USDA-National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Abatement of Inflammation as a Means to Combat Heat Stress in Finishing Livestock

Department of Animal Science/School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
S. Fernando, B. Brodersen, D. Loy
$230,153
USDA-Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
Sequence-Based Real-Time Identification of NAHLN Scope Viral Diseases and Emerging Viral Diseases using Long Read Approaches

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering/Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
P. Sutter, E. Sutter
$496,037
Department of Defense-Office of Naval Research
Riemann Surfaces in Layered Van der Waals Nanowires: Precision Twist Moires, Nanoscale Solenoids and Screw Dislocation Spin-Orbit Coupling

Department of History
K. Jagodinsky
$460,410
National Science Foundation
Petitioning for Freedom: Habeas Corpus and Liberty in the American West

Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
J. Park, R. Yang
$387,356
NSF
Nonlinear Electrokinetics at Polarizable Soft Interfaces: Implications for Cell Membrane Characterization and Nanopore Transport

Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders
S. Loveall-Hague
$209,627
University of Mississippi
The Role of Syntax in Reading Comprehension in Down Syndrome

School of Biological Sciences
D. Shizuka, A. Johnson
$200,000
NSF
RAPID: Impact of Extreme Heat-Induced Mortality on Avian Cooperative Social Systems


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